Speaking to the media in Hyderabad, BJP Telangana chief Dr K Laxman said that the party was confident of achieving its "Mission 60" target - i. e. securing 60 seats in the Telangana Assembly elections to be held on December 7.
Coming down strongly on the Mahakootami alliance partners (the Congress, the TDP, the TJS and the CPI, who have formed an alliance to take on the TRS), he alleged that the Congress was working under the control of the AP Chief Minister and TDP national president N Chandrababu Naidu. He also alleged that the TDP, the Congress and the TRS were engaged in appeasing the MIM, which he dubbed a party of the "razakars".
He also claimed that KCR would join the Chandrababu Naidu kootami after the elections.
The voters however knew that the BJP had the interests of the people in mind and not power, and so would vote for it rather than for opportunistic alliances like the Mahakootami or the TRS-MIM combine, he said.
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